Today is the day. After several months of preparation and 3 months of writing and editing at day and night, I finally released my first book on Amazon: Hibernate Tips – More than 70 solutions to common Hibernate problems.
Hibernate Tips – More than 70 solutions to common Hibernate problems
It’s a cookbook based on my Hibernate Tips blog series. It shows you in more than 70 recipes (more than 35 exclusively written for the book) how to efficiently implement your persistence layer with Hibernate’s basic and advanced features. Each Hibernate tip consists of one or more code samples and an easy-to-follow step-by-step explanation. You can also download an example project with executable test cases for each Hibernate tip.
The Hibernate Tips book gives you more than 70 ready-to-use solutions that show how to:
- Define standard mappings for basic attributes and entity associations.
- Implement your own attribute mappings and support custom data types.
- Use Hibernate’s Java 8 support and other proprietary features.
- Read data from the database with JPQL, Criteria API, and native SQL queries.
- Call stored procedures and database functions.
Get the book on Amazon
Just for a few days, I offer the ebook and paperback at a special launch price. You can get the ebook on Amazon for just $2.99 and the paperback for $12.99.
And if you want to take your support one step further, please also post an honest rating and review on Amazon.
My first book Hibernate Tips: More than 70 solutions to common Hibernate problems will be available on Amazon, tomorrow. Writing this book was an interesting project and I can’t wait to get your opinion on it.
If you like to learn more about the book, please watch the following video. Tom Oberbichler recorded a short interview with me and we talked about the book, who should read it and my motivation to write it.
Hibernate Tips is a series of posts in which I describe a quick and easy solution for common Hibernate questions. If you have a question you like me to answer, please leave a comment below.
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